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Famous People with Name Singh

Singh as First Name

Singharat Changphakdee     Singharat Changphakdee       Origin/Culture/Country: Thiland
Singharat Changphakdee: Singharat is the singer of Thailand, as know as The Star 5 He was the champion of The Star 5 contest, morever he's the youngest The Star of Thailand.


Singhi Ram     Singhi Ram       Origin/Culture/Country: Indian
Singhi Ram: is minister for Food and Civil Supplies from Himachal in the Council of Ministers. He is the son of Kalu Ram. He was born at Rampur, District Shimla on 7 May 1954. He has done B.A. and LL.B. He was educated at Government College, Rampur and Himachal Prade


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Singh as Last Name

Manmohan Singh     Manmohan Singh       Origin/Culture/Country: Indian
Manmohan Singh: is the 17th and current Prime Minister of India. Singh is a member of the Indian National Congress party, and became the first Sikh Prime Minister of India on May 22, 2004. He is considered one of the most influential figures in India's recent history, mainly because of the economic reforms he had initiated in 1991 when he was Finance Minister under Prime Minister Narasimha Rao.[1]

Gracy Singh     Gracy Singh       Origin/Culture/Country: Indian
Gracy Singh: an Indian actress, from Punjab. She is best known for her role as Gauri in Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India. She began her career touring with the dance group "The Planets" and her first acting role was in the television soap, Amanat.

Arpita Singh     Arpita Singh       Origin/Culture/Country: Indian
Arpita Singh: Currently she lives in New Delhi. Singh attended the School of Art, Delhi Polytechnic in New Delhi from 1954 to 1959. After she graduated she worked for the Indian Government's Cottage Industries Restoration Program. While she worked in the program she met traditional artists and weavers in India. This is said to have impacted her artwork. In the 1970s her paintings were mainly black and white abstracts.[2] But in the 1980s she started to paint Bengali folk paintings. In these paintings often have women as the subjects. Many of her paintings of women show them doing daily work and simple routines in their lives.[1] Originally when she started painting she was doing watercolors on paper which connected her painting to Indian tradition. But in the 1990s Singh started paint oil on canvas which was considered a dramatic shift.

Paramjit Singh     Paramjit Singh       Origin/Culture/Country: Indian
Paramjit Singh: Principal/Dean/Professor of PDM College of Engineering at the P.D. Memorial Religious and Educational Association (PDMREA).Having twenty plus years of teaching, research, and administrative experience at institutes of repute at national level.Prior to joining PDMCE, Dr. Singh worked on three important assignment : (i) as Dean and Professor, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), (ii) as Dean and Professor, College of Computing and Applied Software Engineering (C2ASE), and (iii) as Dean of Directorate of Correspondence Courses, Rai Foundation, New Delhi. Before Rai foundation, Dr. Singh worked as Professor of Computer Sciences and Information Technology at International Management Institute,

Guru Gobind Singh     Guru Gobind Singh       Origin/Culture/Country: Indian
Guru Gobind Singh: was the Tenth Guru of the Sikhs. He was born in Patna, Bihar in India in 1666 and became the tenth Guru of the Sikhs on 11 November 1675, at the young age of nine years, succeeding his father Guru Tegh Bahadur. He was the leader of the Sikh faith, a warrior, a poet, and a Prophet. The impression of Guru Gobind Singh has not only elevated and altered the constitution of the minds of the Sikhs, but has operated materially and given amplitude to their physical frames. His establishment of the Khalsa is considered as one of the most important events in the history of Sikhism.

 
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